2011 Louisiana Laws
CC 1378 — Errors of form, effect.
Art. 1378. Errors of form, effect.
The form in which the officer is directed to make the act of partition, as is above described, is not a matter of such strict law that nullity results from the act, in case of this officer making any change in the form; provided all the provisions of the law relating to the formation of the accounts between the parties, the deductions, the composition of the mass of the succession, the appointment and oaths of the experts and the making and drawing of the lots, have been observed in the partition, and the parties interested therein, or their representatives, have been duly notified to be present at the same.*
* English translation of French text incomplete; should include "if they saw fit."
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